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Tagus is the name of the river, source of wealth and prosperity. Lovers are the ones which sail the river waters with passion. TagusLovers is the result of a dream becoming reality in 2015. Thank you all for being part of our dream and help the project growing among all these years!

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Lagos – TagusLovers
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Lagos is a historic and vibrant city, which is located on the western edge of the Algarve. The city lies along a coastline of beautiful sandy beaches and dramatic natural scenery, and this stunning coastline has transformed Lagos into one of the most popular tourist destinations of the Algarve.

Lagos has responsibly developed into a tourist destination, by maintaining its historic centre and rich heritage, while losing none of its traditional charm. Lagos is ideally positioned as a base from which to explore the western Algarve, and the size of the city means that there are excellent tourist facilities.

Lagos has had an extensive history, and this is reflected in the varied number of historic monuments and buildings found within the old quarter. The city was established as a Moorish trading port, and flourished in the 14-15th centuries as a centre for seafaring and exploration, but Lagos was under the constant threat of raiding pirates and foreign invaders.

Good to Know

Distance to Lisbon (by boat)
140 nautical miles
Time from Lisbon (sailing boat)
20 to 28 hours
31 049
Area (km2)
145,8 km2

Spots we recommend

Lagos is a joy to explore with pleasant shopping streets, cobbled side streets and a delightful promenade extending along the estuary. All of the sights of the old town are close together, and include: Forte da Ponta da Bandeira fort, The Saint Anthony church and The Mercado de Escravos, the first slave market in Europe, which was later converted into the customs house are some examples.

Do not miss

To visit Ponta da Piedade, to do one of many challenging and scenic hiking routes along the Lagos coastline, to go surfing at the Porto de Mos beach, Lagos Zoo (if you’re traveling with kids), to get taned at Dona Ana beach which is one of the Algarve’s finest beaches and has soft golden sands, crystal-clear waters and an idyllic setting or at The Meia Praia beach which is the largest beach of the region with a pristine beachfront that extends for 4.5km. To visit Sagras, the most westerly town in Algarve is also recomended. The vibrant bars and night life is something not to miss, for sure!

How to get there?

With us: TagusLovers! We bring you there. This is a great sailing adventure. We’ll have the oportunity to enjoy the whole westerly cosat line of Portugal, to watch dolphins and, sometimes, whales! Don’t miss this one!